Rehabilitation Services


Visit our two conveniently located rehabilitation units offering private patient rooms and intensive rehabilitation services for patients suffering from amputations, life-threatening wounds, brain injury, pain management issues, orthopedic conditions, pulmonary conditions, spinal injuries, stroke and other neurological conditions.

Take a virtual tour of one of our two state-of-the-art facilities.

The University of Kansas Hospital's rehabilitation services offers patients of all ages and diagnoses the latest therapy options and equipment. Our inpatient acute rehabilitation units offer a comprehensive and intensive program for those who require rehabilitation therapy and nursing care. In addition to our inpatient acute rehabilitation unit on the hospital's main campus, we offer services in Overland Park through a partnership with Rehabilitation Hospital of Overland Park. Both state-of-the-art facilities focus on graduated care and recovery to restore self-confidence, increase independence and return patients home safely.

Customized and comprehensive care

Our acute rehabilitation patients receive comprehensive care from a multidisciplinary team of specialty-trained physicians, rehabilitation nurses and physical, occupational and speech therapists. Our specially trained rehabilitation teams work together to develop an individualized care plan for each patient with input from neurologists, neurosurgeons, cardiologists, orthopedic surgeons and other specialists using the latest technology. This results in the best outcomes and fastest recovery for each patient.

Brain injury rehabilitation unit

The Rehabilitation Hospital of Overland Park location offers a 14-bed secured unit specializing in the care and rehabilitation of individuals with brain injuries. A multidisciplinary team of specialized rehabilitation professionals addresses the physical and cognitive recovery of each individual to produce the best outcomes and provides supportive education to patients and their families.


Upon completion of the inpatient rehabilitation program at The University of Kansas Hospital or Rehabilitation Hospital of Overland Park, most patients are able to return to their home settings.